Empirical work was conducted with the assistance of grants from the Criminology Research Council and the Australian National University. The article was completed while the author was Visiting Research Fellow at the American Bar Foundation. It is based on a paper presented at the annual meeting of the Law and Society Association, Vail, Colorado, June 9–11, 1987.
Moving the Goalposts: Financial Market Regulation in Hong Kong and the Crash of October 1987
Version of Record online: 28 JUL 2006
Law & Social Inquiry
Volume 15, Issue 1, pages 1–48, January 1990
How to Cite
Gunningham, N. (1990), Moving the Goalposts: Financial Market Regulation in Hong Kong and the Crash of October 1987. Law & Social Inquiry, 15: 1–48. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-4469.1990.tb00274.x
The author gratefully acknowledges the tireless research assistance of Julian Moti and the valuable suggestions and comments of Martin Krygier, Stephen Parker, Stuart Scheingold, Susan Shapiro, Peter Van Ness, Glen Withers, and a number of anonymous referees.
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